Deputy president William Ruto's has been interrupted by rowdy youths who were chanting area Mps Slogan. This happens as he toured Kahawa west Kiambu county. Ruto is accompanied by his close associates and other political leaders in the country. Trying to popularize UDA party and selling his bottom up economy model manifestos and his 2022 presidential bid.
Addressing the residents , Deputy president William Ruto's speech was Interrupted by a section of youths. Who were chanting Kabando! Kabando! Mwafrika! Kabando Mwafrika! The residents wanted area Member of parliament Kabando Mwafrika to address them.
The residents couldn't fail to acknowledge honorable Kabando. Deputy president William Ruto was forced to pause his speech and give Kabando some minutes to address the residents. Who were happily excited and chanting his name.
Addressing the residents, Kabando claims that Kahawa West will vote for Deputy president William Ruto as the fifth president of the republic of Kenya. And Dp Ruto is their sure bet 2022 president.
"Asanteni sana! Naitwa Kabando Mwafrika. Our excellency Deputy president you are our sure bet 2022 president. Nataka kukuambia kuwa Kahawa west kura zote ni zako", says Kabando.
Time code: 00:30 to 1:25
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